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I did it! After I published my mushroom balaclava hood pattern, I said I was gonna make a proper hide-your-entire-face-in balaclava, and I did it! Plus...it's a frog. So I consider this a double win.
And it has the cutest little drawstring!
The crochet pattern is available here at HELLOhappy, Etsy, Ravelry, Ribblr, and soon at WeCrochet!
I'm rating this one as an intermediate level pattern. There aren't any complicated stitches, but the construction is above a beginner level. That said, a beginner with strong reading skills who's ready to tackle a tougher project can absolutely take this one on. If you don't have good, even tension, it will absolutely show on this project, so you want to bring your A game.
The face opening uses slip stitch ribbing, but you can use half double crochet instead, or play with hook size to make it larger, if you like. It has a lot of stretch, but I did make mine pretty snug. I have tips on this in the pdf.
- WeCrochet Brava worsted yarn
- 4mm and 5mm hooks
- yarn needle
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